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Tree Inspections – Preventing the Preventable

In-house tree inspector Josh Diplock gives us the lowdown on tree MOT’s and why they’re not just important, they’re essential…

For All Woodland Creatures Great & Small

Thomas Simmons ponders the drawbacks of a peaceful summer lunch-break & insect free sandwiches in the gloom of an un-managed woodland…

Making a difference: The JCB Forestmaster

We're very excited to show you this great video made by JCB on a brisk Autumn day out in the woods with us talking about 'Donald' our new Forestmaster, sourced by Donald McDonald so we thought we'd name it after him!Here's Andy our Forestry Director and David, Senior...

Introducing Tom Simmons, our newest Forest Manager

Thomas enjoys the challenges of bringing woodlands into management whilst at the same time expanding his own expertise in areas of conservation, ecology and biodiversity.

Just call us GiB-LO!

Coming to you from the Grown in Britain website:    English Woodlands Timber become one of the latest wood processors to receive their Grown in Britain licence The licence allows the prestigious and sought after Grown in Britain trademark to be applied to...

Harvesting at Barlavington

Yogi & Bruce have been working with the harvester & forwarder at Barlavington for the last could of months, interspersed with visits from Dave & Paul for spraying & hand felling work. There has been a substantial volume of logs extracted which...

Confor’s APF 2014

The CONFOR APF Show is largest exhibition of silviculture & arboriculture (let's call it forestry shall we?) in the UK with over 270 exhibitors & 20,000 visitors across the three days. It is enormous! We know, we walked round it, and round it, and round...

The Tree Harvester

A Komatsu 931.1 operating 360.2 head tree felling machine driven by Bruce. 

Grown in Britain: The Movie

What, why & how they do what they do…

Our Crooked Forest Theory

     You've seen these pictures before right? Us 'tweeters' have been puzzling over them for months now. Every now and then we re-visit the subject and come up with a flurry of ideas as to why these poor tortured arbres have grown the way they have. Well,...

THE FORESTRY BLOG

why & how we do what we do